to need – to want to   »  
szüksége van valamire, kell – akarni

69 [sixty-nine]

to need – to want to

to need – to want to

69 [hatvankilenc]


szüksége van valamire, kell – akarni

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I need a bed. Sz------- v-- e-- á----. / N---- k--- e-- á--. Szükségem van egy ágyra. / Nekem kell egy ágy. 0 +
I want to sleep. Al---- a-----. Aludni akarok. 0 +
Is there a bed here? Va- i-- e-- á--? Van itt egy ágy? 0 +
I need a lamp. Sz------- v-- e-- l------. / N---- k--- e-- l----. Szükségem van egy lámpára. / Nekem kell egy lámpa. 0 +
I want to read. Ol----- a-----. Olvasni akarok. 0 +
Is there a lamp here? Va- i-- e-- l----? Van itt egy lámpa? 0 +
I need a telephone. Sz------- v-- e-- t--------. / N---- k--- e-- t------. Szükségem van egy telefonra. / Nekem kell egy telefon. 0 +
I want to make a call. Te--------- a-----. Telefonálni akarok. 0 +
Is there a telephone here? Va- i-- e-- t------? Van itt egy telefon? 0 +
I need a camera. Sz------- v-- e-- f--------------. / N---- k--- e-- f------------. Szükségem van egy fényképezőgépre. / Nekem kell egy fényképezőgép. 0 +
I want to take photographs. Fé--------- a-----. Fényképezni akarok. 0 +
Is there a camera here? Va- i-- e-- f------------? Van itt egy fényképezőgép? 0 +
I need a computer. Sz------- v-- e-- s-----------. / N---- k--- e-- s---------. Szükségem van egy számítógépre. / Nekem kell egy számítógép. 0 +
I want to send an email. Kü----- a----- e-- e------. Küldeni akarok egy e-mailt. 0 +
Is there a computer here? Va- i-- e-- s---------? Van itt egy számítógép? 0 +
I need a pen. Sz------- v-- e-- g-----------. / N---- k--- e-- g---------. Szükségem van egy golyóstollra. / Nekem kell egy golyóstoll. 0 +
I want to write something. Ak---- v------ í---. Akarok valamit írni. 0 +
Is there a sheet of paper and a pen here? Va- i-- e-- d---- p---- é- e-- g---------? Van itt egy darab papír és egy golyóstoll? 0 +

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